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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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Training and availability of braille transcribers in the United States.
Faris is production coordinator for Kentucky Correctional Industries at the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women and is certified as a literary braille transcriber through the Library of Congress.
uh, sixty." The transcriber has to decide whether the slip was significant or not.
Copying rapidly, as a present-day keyboard transcriber would, they established the first fixed sentence orders in Latin.
After misdirected gunfire left her paralyzed from the chest down in 1977, she worked as a data transcriber for the IRS from 1982-88.
Lenair was more than a mere transcriber of L]legible prose and attempts at profundity, however She was an astute editor who knew when you needed a new paragraph or were missing a footnote, and where it should go.
He brings his manuscript to a rooftop typing agency; his transcriber (Michael Achtman) is obsessed with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, to a degree that draws surveillance by an omnipresent policewoman (Maria Reidstra).
Fortunately, copies of six of these were made before the war, by an anonymous transcriber who may have been Robert Eitner and/or by a German organologist, Gustav Fock.
Daggatt does not mumble; perhaps the transcriber was handicapped by a bad tape.